Easter Sunday will deliver a diverse mix of weather across the nation, including rain, thunderstorms, snow and sunshine.
Rain will extend from the Northeast down through the South and will push eastward throughout the day. Thunderstorms will span parts of Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi and Alabama.
Some of the thunderstorms threaten to become severe from East Texas to west-central Alabama, mainly in the afternoon.
The north-central U.S. will feel cold air moving in from Canada with some snow in store for the northern High Plains. Brisk winds will add a chill to the day.
Showers and thunderstorms threat to interfere with outdoor Easter festivities across California and Nevada, but will supply beneficial rainfall. A few showers will sneak into Utah and western Colorado in the afternoon, while dry and mild weather dominates the Northwest.
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